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unreasonable. >> reporter: but the big vision of the arc came from a little arc. >> it came from the heart of 8-year-old girl. she drew a little picture. her dad took it and the government officials took it. they developed a plan. the marketing team came along side. the hong kong government came to support it as well. >> reporter: the contractors built the same arc the same dimensions the bible said noah did. 300 cubics long, 30 cubics high. many believe it was the largest wooden structure ever. one thing you noticed up close is that it's big, very big. outside it features 70 pairs of life size replicas of animals. inside it contains exhibits of animals, a can and exotic fish. it shows how the arc could have been constructed. you also discovered story of major flood is nearly universal throughout the world's ancient culture. the design told noah's story at the time he opened the arc at the flood. >> the reason we chose that moment in the story. this is the message we want to bring to hong kong and bring to china today. it's there, in our lives we will also face flood. we wi
cisco on big economy is not of major concern. the concern is to redeploy the talent as quickly as possible. >> market research firm glacier and company made headlines today with with this report. it predicts cisco global work force of more than 73,000 will be cut by 5000. 1,000 positions early retirement packages and another 4000 through layoffs. saving the company a total of 1 billion dollars a year. glacier analyst brian marshall says while it's a difficult decision to make in our view it is required in order to maintain the competitiveness of cisco going forward. company ceo john chambers already taking notable steps this year to restructure the networking giant. video cam operation are gone. consumer business realign and management forces are being reorganized. if the latest round of local layoffs goes above 1,000, it could have an impact on county wide unemployment numbers. >> combine this lay off with the the city and county lay off that have happened recently. i mean, tl those were good solid jobs and if they go away, officials cisco dominant player in network sw
of fan at last tonight a's rangers game. and pledge to continue to ensure safe environment at big league ballpark around the country. shannon stone was reaching to grab a ball thrown to him by ranger outfielder josh hamilton when he tumbled over a railing and fell 20 feet open to the create below. it happened right in front of his 6-year-old son. 39-year-old firefighters died at the hospital short time later. the ranger have placed a tarp over the area where he fell. >> we are doing it out of respect to the family so there would be the be tl pictures taken of that area and we don't have a long range strategy on if anything is going to be done there at this point in time. >> stone and his son had again to the game hoping to catch a foul ball. they had even stopped to buy a new glove on the way to the game. >> the seats were in the left field stands just shouting distance from the favorite player, american league mvp josh hamilton. tonight hamilton is speaking about what will happened at that game. sports anchor collin is here with that story. unbelievable. >> you see it dozens of ti
. >>> more to bring you at 9:00. san francisco big dig coming u up. what some tl say transportation salvation and say it could stretch the city to a breaking point. >> i'm in sacramento state legislature took significant step today towards abolishing the death penalty. california voters will have the final say. >> accu-weather forecast center. weather takes a turn this weekend.i'll have all the details in my accu-weather forecast coming up. >> also tonight. kids risking their lives doing crazy dare devil stunts. lack at some disturbing trends on on line devil stunts. lack at some disturbing trends on on line videos. stay with us.  >> there is new push to abolish the death penalty inin califor a califofornia. this time the argument are not focused on n te morale or ethical issue surrouounding it ones. capitol correspondent annette reports from sacramento. >> california voters could decide next year the fate of more than 700 notorious criminals. currently locked newspaper san quentin death ro row. >> capitol punishment is an expensive failure.
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